Recent Reviews

  • Comfortable traditional farmhouse
    4 of 5

    Four of us stayed here in August as it had nearby access to ATV trails. The Inn is very large with plenty of areas to relax together or apart (ping pong table on 3rd floor was a fun surprise). It has many bedrooms to choose from and two bathrooms. We spent most of the down time on the "sun deck" which actually has a roof over it now. There is definitely plenty of parking. The kitchen was well stocked with dishes, glassware, pots, pans etc. and we made good use of the gas grill. They also offer a fire pit. The only reason I did not give it 5 stars is it's location - it sits on Route 158/11 with Route 95 in the back. There is lots of truck traffic along with the normal vehicle traffic and a random Amish horse and buggy. Sleeping with the windows open was not an option as we are not used to hearing traffic. I would definitely stay here again, but I will bring earplugs next time :-}

    Stayed: Aug 2018
  • Quiet Beautiful relaxing place!
    5 of 5

    This camp is the perfect spot to spend a vacation. It has a great view of the pond from the screened porch. You can sit and listen to the loons while you relax. The fishing is very good in Plunkett pond. We all caught many fish and some were very big bass. The camp has all the modern things that you would need like tv and internet, washing machine and dryer, hot showers, and is fully stocked with all the cooking pots, pans, utensils and dishes that you will need. The area will restore your faith in humanity; the people are amazing! There are quite a few Amish in the vicinity driving their buggies on the roadway. We drove to Baxter State park to hike twice, the views are amazing! We visited the ice caves over near the abol bridge on the golden road. There is much to do in this region. I had the best coffee milkshake I had ever tried at Debbie's deli in Patten. I would recommend staying here!

    Stayed: Jul 2018